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10 Best Accommodation in the Mamanuca Islands for Foodies

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Resorts with Great Restaurants and Foodie Experiences in the Mamanuca Islands

If you travel for food then don’t miss the sensational island destination of the Mamanuca Group in Fiji. The islands just off the coast of Fiji’s mainland provide a wealth of culinary experiences, from their restaurants to their food-orientated activities. Take a look at this list of accommodation in the Mamanuca Islands for foodies and be inspired for your next foodie getaway.

While you’re here, don’t miss our Foodie Guide to the Mamanuca Islands.

1. Six Senses Fiji

At the resort that specialises in sustainability, health and wellbeing, Six Senses Fiji has a focus on unique dining experiences in the Mamanuca Islands. Enjoy healthy meals, with vegetarian and vegan options available, at their Tovolea restaurant or join in on a cooking class in their herb garden-nestled cooking school. There’s also the opportunity to visit a Fijian village including an authentic lunch with the villagers. Learn more about the foodie activities available in the Mamancuas here.

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2. Tokoriki Island Resort

At this luxury adult-only resort a wealth of romantic dining experiences await. Watch the sunset from various locations on the island as you indulge in fine South Pacific and Asian cuisine. A culinary highlight of Tokoriki Island Resort is Oishii Teppanyaki producing an exciting a la carte menu entertainingly prepared by skilled chefs. Check out more resorts like this one in our 7 Adult-Only Resorts in the Mamanuca Islands.

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3. Musket Cove Resort & Marina

Located on Malolo Lailai Island, Musket Cove Resort has a wide range of eateries for their guests as well as other visitors to the island. A popular option is their poolside Dick’s Place serving up a balanced menu of Fijian cuisine, international surf and turf, chargrilled meals and vegetarian options. The Yacht Club Island Bar is also a fantastic place to relax with a cold one or spruce up your own creations at the cook-your-own barbecues – great if you have been out fishing for the day.

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4. Lomani Island Resort

Couples, set your sights on the adult-only Lomani Island Resort. Here, you’ll have the opportunity to indulge in Fijian cuisine at the Flame Tree restaurant. Try Fijian favourites like kokoda, palusami, ika ni cakau and pork belly of local Vuda pork. Check out 10 Unique Foods in Fiji You Have to Try for more information on Fijian dishes. American breakfast is also included free of charge for all guests. Guests staying here will also have the proximity of other island resorts such as Plantation Island (see below).

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5. Plantation Island Resort

The family-friendly Plantation Island Resort has something for everyone. A popular foodie go-to is the Black Coral restaurant serving up Fijian curries, ribs, steaks and international dishes. Families will love The Ol’ Copra Shed offering beachside buffet dining. And don’t worry, you’ll still be able to have your morning coffee or even a creative frappe at the Cocohut Espresso & Frappe Bar. What’s more, traditional Fijian cooking lessons are also available on the activity agenda! Looking for more family-friendly options? Take a look at the 10 Family Resorts in the Mamanuca Islands.

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6. Treasure Island Resort

Dining experiences are always kept fresh at the Treasure Island Resort thanks to its mind-blowing amount of restaurants and dining options! Apart from their main dining restaurant, Eluvuka, Treasure Island offers a seaside gourmet barbecue, a teppanyaki restaurant, seafood fine dining at the La Mei Kana restaurant, a sushi bar, snack bar, private dining in a sunset bure, a deli and coffee bar, and even the option to enjoy a private picnic on a secluded sandbar.

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7. VOMO Island Resort

Of all the dishes you’ve most likely tried before, VOMO Island Resort probably does it better. The Reef Restaurant boasts an ever-changing la carte menu with something for everyone. For couples, don’t miss their private picnic options on the neighbouring Vomo Lailai Island where you’ll be delivered a gourmet picnic.

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8. Malolo Island Resort

Enjoy formal dining at Treetops of the Malolo Island Resort. The restaurant overlooking the adults’ pool is a stunning location for a quiet dinner with your loved one or friends. Try the traditional Fijian dishes or Indo-Fijian curries for a real “Fiji experience”. The Malolo Island Resort is also a fantastic choice for those with dietary requirements, with plenty of delicious vegetarian options. Plus, let them know your dietary requirements prior to your arrival and they may be able to produce an exclusive menu for you.

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9. Beachcomber Island Resort

Travelling on a budget? Then consider Beachcomber Island Resort! Situated on its own private island, the social and fun resort, popular with families and backpackers, provides fun foodie experiences such as cocktail-mixing classes and fishing. While the buffet food served at set times is not the “foodie” experience you would find at other resorts, there’s the option to island-hop with the Beachcomber Island boat transfers where you’ll get to indulge at other island resorts’ restaurants.

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10. Mana Island Resort

Choose your foodie experience: casual or fine dining. You’ll be able to experience both and more at Mana Island Resort. Sit down to a formal meal of Fijian and international cuisine at the South Beach Restaurant or head to the buffet at the Mamanuca Restaurant. But that’s just the beginning, with the Kura Spa serving up stir-fry, sushi and health foods and the Nasu Teppanyaki restaurant providing an entertaining show with your meal. Finally, don’t miss out on your morning coffee at the Hibiscus Cafe.

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Laura S.

This article was reviewed and published by Laura, editor in chief and co-founder of Fiji Pocket Guide. Since arriving solo in the South Pacific over 10 years ago with nothing but a backpack and a background in journalism, her mission has been to show the world how easy (and awesome) it is to explore a paradise such as Fiji. She knows the islands inside-out and loves sharing tips on how best to experience Fiji’s must-dos and hidden gems. Laura is also editor of several other South Pacific travel guides.

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